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QM2'S TWILIGHT ARRIVAL: SINGAPORE

DAY 44 - 23 February 2023

SINGAPORE (REPEAT PORT CALL)

Queen Mary 2 World Centenary Voyage

102 days, 31 ports, 18 countries.

Ellen Frazer-Jameson reporting live from Queen Mary 2


On this repeat port call to Singapore, the excitment of a twighlight arrival is captured...

enjoy the post of pictures today from onboard Queen Mary 2...


(click on any photo to enlarge)



PILOT ON BOARD - AND A GUIDE BOAT WITH LINES TO TIE UP QM2


DECK SEVEN FORWARD WITH SINGAPORE ON THE HORIZION


DECK SIX - AND THE MINNOWS SPLASH POOL & LARGE JACUZZI


LINES FOR THE TIE UP


SINGAPORE'S MAIN CRUISE TERMINAL


SPECTRUM OF THE SEAS (ROYAL CARIBBEAN) SHIP PULLS IN FOR TURNAROUND DAY ON HER 9 DAY ROUND TRIP CRUISE FROM SINGAPORE


SINGAPORE FROM THE STERN OF QM2


DECK CREW ON WATCH (OR ON A BREAK)


REGISTERED IN BERMUDA, THE FLAG FLIES STRONG


TIED UP, WELCOME BACK TO SINGAPORE


BUNKERING - SATISFYING QM2'S THIRST FOR FUEL


SINGAPORE


The Bermuda flag is unusual for a British overseas territory in that it is used on land in a red ensign form; most other British overseas territories use a version of the blue ensign for general use ashore. Bermuda's use of a red ensign on land is in keeping with Canada (pre-1965) and the Union of South Africa (pre-1928), both of which used red ensigns ashore as local flags in the early part of the 20th century. Bermuda's flag is an appropriate civil ensign for vessels registered on the Bermuda portion of the British Register, by virtue of the Bermuda Merchant Shipping Act of 2002. The Governor of Bermuda uses a Union Flag defaced with the coat of arms, a design traditional for Governors of the British overseas territories. For the state ensign, a blue ensign is used.

THANKS TO NICOLAS FOR THIS GREAT SHOT OF QM2 IN SINGAPORE !





Happy Sailing. Ellen...

ONWARD

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NEXT PORT OF CALL

Benoa, Bali

 

Current position of Queen Mary 2: Under way from Singapore to Bali

  • Departure was 15 min ago. (at 23:59 h local time)

  • Arrival will be in 2 d 7 hrs 46 min. (at 08:00 h local time)

  • Traveled distance since Singapore: 0.00 nm (0.00 km)

  • Remaining distance to Bali: 1,023.76 nm (1,896.00 km)

  • Traveled distance since Singapore: 2,273.44 nm (4,210.42 km)


Happy Sailing ... The Journey continues... Ellen


 

NEXT PORT - SINGAPORE

23 February 2023

 

Photo of the day (from the archives of JD Schwartz)

"HALIFAX"


Further updates will be posted as soon as we get them from Ellen onboard Queen Mary 2.


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